School safety needs to be taken seriously, Parkland dad says after Uvalde
Nineteen children and two teachers were killed on May 24 in Uvalde, Texas. Last week, their families said goodbye to them at funeral homes and grave sites.
“The pain that they’re feeling now is a pain that never goes away. It doesn’t heal with time. It’s something that you just live with,” he said.
The Uvalde tragedy prompted many Democrats at the White House, including President Biden, to focus on introducing gun control measures, while many Republican lawmakers balked at the idea and spoke instead of mental health and securing schools.
Pollack said, "I don't even bother with the politicians. I think it's the parents. If they think it's okay to send their children to a school without any police officers or points of entry, then it's their responsibility. They send their children to the schools. "Parents are responsible for sending your child to a safe school.
7 June 2022